Herbaceous peony Paeonia

Note: minimum retail order is $50. We do not sell cut flowers, but bare-root plants. Price: $6 W-1 Price: $8 W-2 Festiva Maxima - white, early, tall cut flower variety.
3-5 eye division. Solfatare- most fragrant among our peonies. This midseason, medium height peony has yellow central petals prior opening, which later turns to white color. I like French breeder Calot varieties. 3-5 eye division. Price: $6 W-3 Price: Sold out W-4 Duchesse de Nemours - nice fragrance, strong stems keep this variety among most expensive peonies in Dutch cut flower auctions. Belaja Casa - very interesting, white, tall, strong stems. Flower head looks like a mug and can hold a lot of water inside. Midseason. This hot and early season this variety has flowered as a strong late double. Limited quantities. 3-5 eye division. White Peony 5
ProQuest, UMI Dissertation Publishing Container production and post-harvest handling of lotus (Nelumbo) and micropropagation of herbaceous peony (Paeonia).
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Peony farm in San Jose

2006-06-06 13:38:33 by 4peonies

If you live in the bay area, I grow over 120 varieties of herbaceous and tree peonies and they can be purchased in 5 gallon containers all year round at the farm. The roots are 2-4 years old. They can also be mail ordered if out of the bay area and shipped in the fall. Visit my web site 4irises.com and see the varieties that I grow. Visitors are always welcome and the peonies are in full bloom right now.

Peonies in pots

2006-06-06 13:30:48 by 4peonies

Peonies can very well be planted in pots but do need full sun except tree peonies that could do with part sun. Peonies can bloom in the bay area very well if planted with the top eyes at the surface level. The main reason that peonies fail to bloom is that they are planted too deeply. I grow over 120 varieties of tree and herbaceous peonies in San Jose. I sell them with at least 5 eyes in 5 gallon containers all year round. See my web site 4irises.com

Peonies from Costco?

2005-01-15 20:53:46 by greedynot

I have not been able to get herbaceous peonies to bloom. Its just not cold enough in much of the area. Where are you in the Bay Area? This is an exceptionally cold year and I am hoping again! You can try the tree peony or herbceous peonies with blooms on them in the spring. But I doubt if you can get the herbaceous ones to bloom the following year though.
Btw, its good to plant the dormant plants and allow the roots to grow before the top does. Maybe March would be a good time. But don't plant if its too wet.

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